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- Mancetter is a village and civil parish on the southeastern outskirts of Atherstone in North Warwickshire, at the crossing of Watling Street over the...
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- po****tion of the larger urban area which includes the adjoining village of Mancetter was 10,573. Atherstone has a long history dating back to Roman times....
- located on and immediately to the east of the site of the modern village of Mancetter, located in the English county of Warwickshire. The fort was founded in...
- identified as the home of Simon De Mancetter. "The manor of Little Monkspath is ****ociated with Simon de Mancetter, who, in the 13th century, settled...
- died in 1547 at the Battle of Pinkie. She then married Thomas Lewis of Mancetter on 10 September 1547. She was a Catholic, but she began to question her...
- rest of Suetonius's forces, had they not failed to do so. Manduessedum (Mancetter), near the modern town of Atherstone in Warwickshire, has also been suggested...
- East Anglia are St Michael's Church, Baddiley in Cheshire (1308) and Mancetter Manor in Warwickshire (c. 1330). It became fashionable in England around...
- or Iron Age route. The Roman road from Leicester to Manduessedum, now Mancetter and Witherley, entered the watershed of the Saint south-east of Sutton...
- and subsequently the A5. Plausible suggestions include; Manduessedum (Mancetter), near Atherstone in Warwickshire,a site which was championed by Graham...
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